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  • Yet habit--strange thing! what cannot habit accomplish?--Gayer sallies, more merry mirth, better jokes, and brighter repartees, you never heard over your mahogany, than you will hear over the half-inch white cedar of the whale-boat, when thus hung in hangman's nooses; and, like the six burghers of Calais before King Edward, the six men composing the crew pull into the jaws of death, with a halter around every neck, as you may say.
  • A short drive from Calais and you can be enjoying quality cuisine and a warm welcome at authentically French auberges.
  • We bid farewell to the White Cliffs on our short sea crossing to Calais in France.
  • We bid farewell to the White Cliffs on our short sea crossing to Calais in France.
  • From here to Calais and our cross channel ferry to Dover.

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